The Alumnae Association believes that every alumna has something to contribute. It provides opportunities for alumnae to connect with each other and to St. Margaret's, and it supports its members by encouraging participation, sharing resources, celebrating traditions, and building pride.
The best way to connect with St. Margaret's is to attend an event.
Contributing to the Annual Fund allows St. Margaret's to continue to be a leader among girls' schools, enhancing the educational experience you once enjoyed enjoyed.
The Alumnae Association is made up of over 2,000 alumnae and led by a team of officers who hold two-year terms.
Volunteer, visit campus, and connect with us on social media.
Alongside the Alumnae Board, the Development Team administers the day-to-day operations of alumnae relations.
Shop on our online store for your own Scottie Pride gear, or perhaps something for the holidays.
The Thistle, our annual magazine for alumnae, students, parents, and friends, is always a good read. Click on the electronic versions below for interesting articles about the entire SMS community. Contact the Office of Development if you would like to subscribe to this free publication.
Feature article: Lots to Celebrate in Athletics (pg 8-11)
Alumnae highlights: Cynthia Walker '00 (pg 15), Reunion (pg 20-21), Biddie Walker Shelor '61 (pg 22), Class of 1971 (pg 23), Class Notes (pg 25-55), Margaret Delk Moore '69 (pg 31), Alison Wasserman '01 (pg 35), Allison Ryan '06 (pg 37), Transitions (pg 40)
Feature article: Scotties in Service (pg 8-11)
Alumnae highlights: Cameron Sgroi Tuebner '00 (pg 15), Reunion (pg 20-21), Brooke Trible Weinmann '75 (pg 22), Sissy Crowther '75 (pg 23), Class Notes (pg 25-55), Kate Taylor '83 (pg 41), Elizabeth Crowther Angle '97 (pg 55), Transitions (pg 56)
Feature article: The River: St. Margaret's Front Door Once Again (pg 6-9)
Alumnae highlights: Polly Rice '35 (pg 10-11), Kristina Bethea '02 (pg 12), Reunion (pg 18-19), Carrie Baldwin '81 (pg 20), Masha Skuratovskaya '94 (pg 20), Class Notes (pg 22-51), Merrie Nash Boone '62 (pg 26), Lee Boudreaux '86 (pg 42), Transitions (pg 52)